We are constantly working to test and deploy new technology that will benefit the Notre Dame Academic community. Click on any of the links below to learn more about technology that is currently approved or being explored for use on campus:
- PollEverywhere: Online polls for audience participation.
- Remind: Application for class communication and reminders.
- Skype: Video conferencing platform.
- Sakai: Notre Dame’s Collaboration and Learning Environment to help faculty create a web site for a class. For additional application of Sakai, see our story on Paperless Grading in Sakai.
- Echo360: Active learning platform for higher education. Echo 360 is being used in Notre Dame’s Lecture Capture Cart.
- Google Docs — Google Drive: Collaborative Google applications.
- Box: File Storage and collaboration platform.
- College of Science Lightboard: Technology to make a video with discussion and illustration. See our progress update video.
- Livescribe pen: Smartpen technology captures written notes in conjunction with audio recording.
- Portable equipment from DBRT 115 (Hours): This equipment can be rented for classroom use. Additional technology is being added, see our story on the Skype Kit Coming Soon.
- EdX: Learning platform that the Office of Digital Learning has adopted for MOOCs and other online and hybrid classes at ND. See the EdX interview with Notre Dame’s Elliott Visconsi.
- Google Classroom: Learning platform that OIT is currently evaluating in response to faculty inquiries. Not yet supported on campus.
- Swivl: DIY lecture recording device available for faculty to check out from the @t Lab.
Contact us with any questions you may have about getting this technology into your classroom.